Dallas' power-play unit is starting to find its rhythm, and not surprisingly, the Stars are quickly accumulating goals and points.
The Phoenix Coyotes are struggling to keep opponents from scoring, regardless of how many skaters are on the ice.
The Stars try to build on another strong performance and win their third in a row Saturday night in Phoenix.
With a 5-2 victory over Los Angeles on Thursday, Dallas (12-9-2) reached the four-goal mark for the fourth time in five games. It had scored four - excluding shootout goals - in four if its first 18.
Jaromir Jagr scored twice for his first multigoal game since getting two goals and two assists in a 4-3 win over Phoenix in the season opener. Cody Eakin, Brenden Morrow and Antoine Roussel added one goal apiece Thursday.
Jagr and Eakin both scored on the power play, a unit which is really starting to come together for the Stars. They're 7 for 22 (31.8 percent) since Feb. 23, going 4-1-1, after converting 9 of 60 chances (15.0...